Excerpt Reveal: Enticed, by Ginger Voight

Today we have the release day blitz of Ginger Voight’s ENTICED! Check out this gorgeous new romance and be sure to get your copy today!

Title: Enticed

Author: Ginger Voight

Genre: Contemporary Romance


About Enticed:

A teacher from Texas accepts a job in California, to tutor the vulnerable son of a rich and powerful man. Once she moves into the house, however, she is swept up in the feud between two very different, and very alluring, brothers.

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Exclusive Excerpt:

“Maybe I’m keeping you too busy,” he mused as his eyes scanned my face. “A young woman such as yourself must have certain… needs.”

I shook my head. “You know better than that, Drew.”

“Do I?” he asked softly. “You’re human, flesh and blood. Certainly there are moments when you simply yearn for the touch of another.”

His voice was low and hypnotic. It stirred that very longing as if summoning it from the dead. “Listen, Drew…about what you saw…”

He flung the expensive jewelry onto my crumbled bedcovers. He stepped close enough to pull me towards him. “Tell me, Rachel,” he continued as he fit my body against his hardening contours, “do you long to be held? To be kissed?” He bent toward me and whispered, “To be taken?”

My brain scrambled as he lifted me up to crush his mouth on mine. It was every dream realized, though I was blissfully conscious. I groaned under him as he parted my lips and dominated my mouth. Every alarm in my head sounded, but my treacherous body ignored each and every one as it strained for him with a hunger so strong I was powerless to control it.

His fingers wound in my hair as he stole the very breath from my lungs with each kiss. His mouth dragged to my neck, his breath hot in his ear. “Tell me you want me, Rachel.”

I shuddered against him. “Drew…”

“Tell me,” he begged in a hoarse whisper as his hands slid down the arch of my back and over the curve of my hip.

My hands braced on his chest, but instead of pushing myself away, my palms delighted in how solid and real he felt. It sent a jolt through my entire body. “I don’t want you,” I eked out in a pitiful whisper.

“Liar,” he growled as he picked me up into his arms and carried me around to the bed. He followed me down onto the firm mattress.


About Ginger Voight:

Ginger Voight is a screenwriter and bestselling author with nearly thirty published novels. Having covered everything from travel to politics as a nonfiction freelancer, she is unafraid to explore multiple genres like romance, paranormal, and dark, “ripped from the headlines” mainstream fiction with surprising depth.

Ginger discovered her love for writing in sixth grade, courtesy of a Halloween assignment. From then on, writing became a place of solace, reflection, and security. This was never more true than when she found herself homeless in L.A. at the age of nineteen. There, she wrote her first novel, longhand on notebook paper, while living out of her car.

In 1995, after she lost her nine-day-old son, she worked through her grief by writing the story that would eventually become The Fullerton Family Saga.

In 2011, she embarked on a new journey–to publish romance novels starring heroines who look more like the average American woman. These “Rubenesque” romances have developed a following thanks to her bestselling Groupie series. Other titles, such as the highly-rated New Adult series, Fierce, tap into the “reality-TV” preoccupation in American entertainment, which gives her contemporary stories a current, pop culture edge.

Known for writing gut-twisting angst, Ginger isn’t afraid to push the envelope with characters who are perfectly imperfect. Whether rich, poor, sweet, selfish, gay, straight, curvy or svelte, her characters are beautifully flawed and three-dimensional. They populate her lavish fictional landscapes and teach us more about the real world in which we live simply through their interactions with each other. Ginger’s goal with every book is to give the reader a little bit more than they were expecting, told through stories they’ll never forget.

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Spotlight & Excerpt: Mystic UnRealized + Giveaway



Mystic UnRealized

S. Peters-Davis
Genre: Fantasy Romance, New Adult
Publisher:  BWL Publishing, Inc.
Out  November 2020
Cover Artist:  Michelle Lee

To save humankind from an apocalyptic Troll take-over, Sky, an unrealized Mystic, and Rune, a brand-new Dragon changeling, must bond and share their Magick.

An adult fantasy romance of a present-day tale with Mystics, Dragons, Fey, Trolls, and Magick, and the prophecy that draws them all together.

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Rune’s Point of View

“She drank from
the Pool of Wellness,” I announced and stepped closer to the pearly-scaled
giant. The magick of Azuron’s breath slithered inside my nostrils and mouth,
leaving me light-headed.

“And?” Azuron’s
deep, raspy voice, sharp and impatient, rumbled off the stone walls.

His cave had
become my home away from the Shadowed Realm,
but it always took a few minutes for me to absorb his magick. I shook my head
in an attempt to gain balance, the tip of Azuron’s tail wrapped around my
waist, holding me steady. Moments passed until my world righted itself. Maybe
this dizziness had something to do with the addition of Sky’s energy. Her
natural beauty had stunned me at first with those startling blue eyes, long
lashes, full lips, and that head of soft, dark, unruly curls she’d attempted to
tame in a ponytail but cascaded like a waterfall to her shoulders.

“Well?” Azuron
studied me, drawing me closer with his tail. Moistened heat from his breath
coated my face. Its magick ignited my voice.

I hoped he
hadn’t just read my mind, assessing Sky’s beauty. “As you said it would happen,
her eyes glowed, silver blue, like yours. The moment I saw them, I knew she was
our Mystic and had arrived just like you and Mother claimed would happen. The
time must be right for the prophecy to unfold, but I can’t help questioning

“How so?”

“She’s clueless
to her power, doesn’t trust me, and she closed her eyes when Mayapple appeared
on my shoulder. She’s not ready, which makes me unsure of my ability to get her

“I never said it
would be easy, and I never said it would be up to you alone. Lucy’s ability to
mentor Sky became limited due to interference from Sky’s mother, Jeana. And
then Sky’s been away for the past four years gaining academic knowledge. I
spoke with Lucy last night, in the UnShadowed Realm. Lucy said Sky’s father had
stayed with her while she attended college.
It seems Sky arrived here heavily burdened not wanting to leave her
father alone.”

“I noticed she
has trust issues. She kept looking around as if expecting someone to jump out
or something. I barely retained her attention.”

“You’ll figure
it out. If anyone can help Sky gain trust, it’s you, my young protégée.” Azuron
coiled his bulk and lowered his head over his forearms. “Time for meditation,
which means it’s time for you to go explain things to Myarna. Your mother will
be anxious to know what you’ve discovered.”

“I’m sure you’re

I left Azuron
and clung to his confidence in me. After
all of the prophecy preparation, will the world of humans even come to an
I couldn’t imagine
what would create the end of humanity. 



About the Author:

S. Peters-Davis writes multi-genre stories but loves penning a good page-turning suspense-thriller, especially when it’s a ghost story and a romance. Paranormal suspense-thriller romances are her favorites. When she’s not writing, editing, or reading, she’s hiking, RV’ing, fishing, playing with grandchildren, or enjoying time with her favorite muse (her husband) in Southwest Michigan.


For a current listing of her books and buy links, check her author page below.




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Release Blitz & Excerpt: Daemon War + Giveaway

Daemon War
Daemon Persuasion Series, #4
by S. K. Gregory
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Out 18/12/2020
ASIN: B088F68JJ1
Word Count: 46k approx

They survived the battle, can they win the war?

From USA Today Bestselling Author S.K. Gregory the Final Book of the Daemon Persuasion Series

The battle is over, but can they win the war?

The battle changed everything. Mackenzie finds herself with new responsibilities and a war heading her way. Her relationship with Taryn is tested as the bodies begin to fall.

An end to the war…

As they try to beat back the enemy, a prophecy might hold the key to end the war for good. It will take all of her power to keep the ones she loves safe. Time to kick some ass.



“Why won’t you
ever listen!” Taryn screamed. He turned away from Mackenzie, his shoulders set
with rage.

Before she knew
what she was doing, Mackenzie picked up a heavy plant pot from a nearby table
and brought it down on the back of Taryn’s head. His body crumpled to the

Dropping the
remains of the plant pot, she stood over him, waiting for him to get up and
start screaming at her again. When she saw the blood pool out onto the carpet,
that’s when she knew how serious it was.

“Taryn?” She
dropped to the floor beside him, reaching out to check for a pulse. Nothing.

“No, this isn’t
happening,” she whispered. She turned him over, stifling a scream when she saw
his eyes open and staring back at her. “Taryn.”

She shook him,
willing him to respond, but he didn’t. He couldn’t.

Oh God, I killed

This couldn’t be
happening, she didn’t mean to get so mad, she just lost control for a moment.

Sobbing, she
rested her head on his chest. Her whole life was over now. Taryn was gone,
their life together, their home, their future. She would go to prison for sure
and then…She sobbed harder.


She turned to
find Annie standing at the top of the stairs. How did she get in?

happened? Is he okay?” Annie asked, taking a step toward her.

“No. He’s dead.”

Annie kneeled
down beside her, placing a comforting hand on her back. “Oh my poor girl.”

“I need to call
the police,” Mackenzie said, wiping her face.

“There’ll be
time for that. You need to focus on what is important.”

“What are you
talking about?”

“I need you to
tell me who you are,” Annie said.

Mackenzie stared
at her. “What?”

“You heard me.
Tell me who you are.”

Mackenzie shook
her head in confusion. “You know who I am, Annie. Are you okay?”

Maybe Annie had
hit her head or something.

“I know your
name, but I need to know who you are and why you are here.”

Mackenzie got to
her feet, eager to put some space between herself and Annie. Annie’s hand shot
out and gripped her wrist.

“Answer the
question!” she barked.

“Get off me,”
Mackenzie said. She pried Annie’s fingers off her wrist and hurried downstairs.
She would call the police and maybe a doctor for Annie.

Before she could
reach the phone, Annie caught up to her. “You can’t escape me. Answer the damn

whirled to face her. “Enough. I don’t understand your damn question. You know
me. My name is Mackenzie. I’m here because I bought a damn house.”

Annie’s face
twisted into a snarl. “Not good enough.”

There was a
flash and for a moment, the entire room changed. The furniture vanished and she
was sitting in a chair with a strange man standing over her. She blinked and
she was back in the room.

This isn’t real.

Annie advanced
on her.


About the Author:

USA Today Bestselling Author S. K. Gregory writes urban fantasy, paranormal romance and horror novels. She currently resides in Northern Ireland where she works as an editor.
In her spare time, she helps indie authors by promoting them through her website and on social media.

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